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Connect printer to BT Homehub 3


chub_tor
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I recently changed to BT internet (probably a mistake in view of the fact that it took them a complete working week to provide me with an ADSL connection at an exchange that I had been connecting to fine for over 8 years - but that's another story) and received the new Home Hub 3 which has a USB socket on the back.

I had hoped to use this as a print server port but there seems to be little info out there about the HH3. I have tried the recommended settings for the HH2 with no luck and wondered if anyone knew if it could be achieved with the HH3

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rdave13

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Any help here?

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chub_tor

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rdave13 - Thanks for that link but the picture of the back that is shown is not the HH3 - it could be the HH2 but I'm not sure of that. I had found that link and tried those settings but unfortunately it didn't find my printer.

Any other suggestions welcomed.

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rdave13

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It looks as if you can't use this port for a printer,link

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chub_tor

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Good link rdave13, wonder why I missed that one in my search. Thread now closed.

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